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Google IO 2021 dates, registration, and what to expect from Google’s online show. Check out this post for the rest…

Google IO is back online and free for everyone.

After canceling Google IO 2020 due to the pandemic, Google has brought the conference back this year from 18-20 May 2021, but it will be online-only.

What is Google I/O?

Google I/O is Google’s mostly annual developer conference, where it often introduces new software updates and hardware products. The opening keynote will be the most exciting part, as that’s when Google makes the big announcements. It’s held on Day One.

Google IO 2021 won’t return to the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, nor will you have to pay upwards of $1,000 to attend. Instead, you can register for free on Google’s event page.

What to expect at Google I/O 2021

Google will reveal the official event schedule in late April. Until then, here’s how Google describes the upcoming Google IO events:

  • Consumer and Developer Keynotes focus on company and product news and can be re-watched on demand.’
  • Technical Sessions focus on product announcements and how to adopt new features. Sessions will be scheduled throughout the three-day event and will be available on demand.’
  • Workshops and Ask Me Anything Sessions (AMAs) are interactive and must be reserved to participate. Workshops are instructor-led with Q&A encouraged, while AMAs are an opportunity to ask Google product experts questions.’
  • Meetups are casual, open, facilitated forums hosted by Google that enable attendees to connect with each other. Registration and reservation are required.’
  • Interactive Sandboxes are available in I/O Adventure, enabling developers to try Google’s new products and features through a hands-on experience.’
  • Codelabs and Learning Pathways are always-on, self-guided learning experiences that help you adopt Google technology.’

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